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Way Leads on to Way: Paths to Employment for People with Intellectual Disability

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Way Leads on to Way: Paths to Employment for People with Intellectual Disability examines the current status of our efforts to achieve meaningful, competitive employment in the community on a large scale.

There has been steady progress in moving toward systems of supports for people with intellectual disability and increased self-determination. Emerging best practices are described in the following areas:

  • employment goals
  • return-to-work for disability beneficiaries
  • transition planning
  • vocational assessment and preparation
  • supports in competitive employment
  • postsecondary education
  • service learning
  • planning and supporting employment


William E. Kiernan (foreword)

Chapters by

  • Valerie J. Bradley, Julie Bershadsky, Stephanie Giordano, Dorothy Hiersteiner, Rie Kennedy-Lizotte, and John Butterworth
  • Raymond A. Cebula, III and Thomas P. Golden
  •  Judith Gross and Grace Francis
  • Dwannal W. McGahee and Margaret E. King-Sears
  • Daniel C. Marston
  • Daniel J. Baker and Bret Vaks
  • David Hagner, Bryan Dague, and Kimberly Phillips
  • Christy L. Nittrouer, Julie L. Pickens, and Karrie A. Shogren
  • Trevei B. Freeze, Rick Freeze, and Zana Marie Lutfiyya
  • Kelly R. Kelley and Cassie M. Coco
  • Pamela J. Gent and Stacy K. Dymond
  • Jaimie Ciulla Timmons, Sheila Lynch Fesko, and Agnieszka Zalewska
  • Katharine G. Shepherd, Colby T. Kervick, and George Salembier
  • John Butterworth, Derek Nord, and Alberto Migliore

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